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U.S.A.

U.S.A.
M10 Wolverine
M4 Sherman
M3 Half-Track
Willys Overland Jeep MB
M7 Priest
B-17 Flying Fortress
SBD-6 Dauntless
P-51 Mustang
F4U Corsair
USS Enterprise
HMS Prince of Wales
USN Fletcher Class
USN Gato Class
LCVP Higgins Boat

GERMANY
PzKfW Mk.VI Tiger
PzKfW Mk.IV Panzer
Hanomag Sdkfz.251
VW Type 82 Kübelwagen
SdKfz.124 Wespe
Junkers Ju 87B Stuka
Messerschmitt Bf-109e

JAPAN
Chi Ha 97
Hanomag Sdkfz.251
VW Type 82 Kübelwagen
SdKfz.124 Wespe
Aichi D3A1 Val
A6M Zeke/Zero
IJN Shokaku Class
IJN Yamato
IJN Akizuki Class
U-Boat Type VII C
Dai-Hatsu 14M

U.K.
Spitfire Mk VB

RUSSIA
T-34/85
T34/76
BM-13N Katyusha "Stalin Organ"
Yak-9

This was a first American self-propelled antitank gun that was developed using the tank chassis. The M10 was manufactured by "General Motors" and "Ford" corporations. From September 1942 to January 1944, total 6706 vehicles of two modifications were produced:

M10 - was based on the chassis of the M4A2 "General Sherman" medium tank. The vehicle had the completely welded hull and was armed with the powerful 76 mm gun which was adopted from antiaircraft gun. Total 4993 vehicles were manufactured.

M10A1 - was based on the chassis of the M4A3 "General Sherman" medium tank. Total 1713 vehicles were manufactured.

As a part of Lend-Lease agreement, the USSR received 52 of M10 tank destroyers by the middle 1943. The further fate of these tanks is unknown yet. Some sources mention, that in 1944 at least two antitank regiments of M10 "Wolverine" were formed and sent to the Eastern Front.

Parameter Value
Crew, men 5
Weight, kg 29 600
Armor, mm 19-57
Armament 1 x 76.2 mm M7
1 x 12.7 mm "Browning" AAMG
Ammo 76 mm: 54 rounds
12.7 mm: 1000 rounds
Engine GMS 6046 G71, 6-cylinder diesel, 375 h.p.
Range, km 320
Max. speed, km/h 48